Shawntel Tucker, MA, LPC

Executive Director
shawntel_tuckerNurturing Parenting Instructor, Notary Public, Parent/Child Interactional, Custody Evaluation (CFI) Placement Supervisor, Clinical Staff

My goal is to help people find solutions that work for them. It is my desire to help clients set achievable goals, to find inner strength, and to overcome daily hurdles while working towards internal improvement, acceptance, and empowerment. I work with individuals, couples, and families, striving to assist with internal and relational conflicts, as well as co-parenting matters and divorce issues. I have nearly 18 years of experience working with children and families. I am a trained mediator, child and family investigator, and EMDR provider. I am also a nurturing parenting facilitator and trainer.

Individual, Couples, and Family Counseling, Play Therapy, Divorce & Separation Counseling, Co-Parenting , Blended Families, Trauma Recovery, EMDR, Child and Family Investigations , Parent Coordinator and Decision Maker, Parent Child Interactional Attachment Therapy , Adolescent, Reintegration Therapy, Trauma

Organizational Involvement
CEO/Executive Director of Family Resource Network and Kaleidoscope Counseling, Organizational Involvement ACA member, EMDRIA member, MHCA member Front Range Foster Parent, Board Member, Cooperative Parenting, Facilitator, National Trainer and Consultant, The Nurturing Parenting Programs®

Insurance varies by provider

Justine Diaz, MA, NCE

Clinical Staff/Case Manager
Family Resource Network
My name is Justine Diaz. I’m a recent graduate of Walden University with a masters in clinical psychology with an emphasis in counseling. I did my undergraduate at Florida International University. My philosophy and approach to helping people is to connect with my clients, so they can share without feeling any judgment. I am trained in nurturing parenting and focus on the bond an attachment associated. My goal is to have everyone I work with embrace and enjoy the growth as their lives change.

Individual, Couples, and Family Counseling, Grief and Loss, Trauma & Abuse, Reintegration, LBGTQ, Play Therapy

Insurance varies by provider
We currently accept Tricare, Cigna, Medicaid, Aetna, UBH, Humana. Thru Beacon: CO Choice, Kaiser

Marty Witzel, MA, MFTc

Clinical Staff
My passion is working with families and helping them grow into the best family they can be. However, having a healthy family takes work. But what does a healthy family even look like? I’m here to explore that with you and help your family reach their greatest potential. I’ve spent the last two decades traveling around the world as a military wife raising my family and understand the challenges and stresses related to moves, deployments and reintegration. My background also includes teaching preschool and elementary school and meeting the needs of all children; including gifted, adopted, children with ADD/ADHD, and children on the autism spectrum.

Here in Colorado I received my Master’s degree from Regis University in counseling, specifically as a marriage and family therapist. My work as a therapist includes working with families, couples, individuals and children, who often benefit in counseling through the use of play therapy. Having a healthy family and marriage takes intentionality, but it’s a worthy endeavor. I would be honored to be part of your journey.

Children, Individuals, Couples, and Family Counseling, Parent Child Interactionals, Autism Spectrum, Mental Health Assessments, Family Preservation

Insurance varies by provider

Matt Junglas, MS, LPCc, NCC

Nurturing Parenting Facilitator, Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor, Blood-borne Pathogen Instructor, Cooperative Parenting Facilitator
Matt Junglas
Clinical Staff
Courage works! The body, mind and brain have an astonishing ability to integrate and heal themselves with a gentle nudge in the right direction. This isn’t just a wonderful motto, it is backed by hundreds of years of research. Allow me to partner my therapeutic knowledge with you or a loved one’s unique story to help heal the mind, body and brain.

I have earned a Master’s of Science in Mental Health Counseling, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. I am currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Counselor Education and Supervision. I have dedicated my efforts toward a diverse clientele including adolescents with challenging behaviors, children, struggling couples, families in crisis, and individuals in need of a wide variety of mental health issues.

For active duty, guard/reserve, veterans and retired military members, have you ever thought, “These therapists don’t have any idea what it’s like in the military?” The military population is challenging to many therapists who don’t quite understand the unique and complex culture of the armed forces. As a 20-year veteran of the United States Air Force with multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, I know how it feels. We may have even shared some of the same sand!

Individual therapy, Couples Counseling, Family Therapy, Children’s Therapy, Life Skills, Family Preservation, DSM-5 Mental Health Issues (e.g. Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Defiant Disorders)

Facilitated Courses
Nurturing Parenting, Cooperative Parenting and Divorce, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Groups

I currently do not accept insurance, but do have a sliding scale which may fit your needs.

Diana Magally Hughes

Diana Magally HughesMy name is Diana Magally Hughes in addition to a passion for mental health counseling, I have taught middle school and high school Spanish for three years. My husband being in the army, I have a newfound passion for military families and supporting spouses, soldiers, and children through all stages of deployment and the stresses and challenges that come with military life. My family is originally from Mexico so I also have an interest in helping families that are struggling with acculturation and the challenges that come with leaving one’s native home and culture. I also welcome members of the LGBTQ community. My goal is to help individuals through the struggles they are currently experiencing in a non-judgmental space that allows for client growth and empowerment.

Mi nombre es Diana Magally Hughes y estoy estudiando asesoría en salud mental atravez de Capella University después de haber sido maestra de español por tres años. Siendo parte de la comunidad militar, tengo una pasión por las familias militares y apoyando a los soldados, sus parejas, y los hijos durante temporadas de separación y por dificultades especiales que vienen con la vida militar. Siendo Mexicana, también tengo un interés en apoyar a familias que están batallando con su adaptación a la cultura Americana y otros retos a causa de haber dejado su país y cultura nativa. Incluso, invito a miembros de la comunidad LGBTQ. Mi meta es ayudar a individuos que están atravesando por situaciones difíciles en un lugar seguro, fuera de juicio que permite crecimiento personal.

Rob Carlson, MA, LPCC

Clinical Staff
Rob CarlsonWe all face times when we don’t know the way forward, when relationships are hard, when we’re not sure we can get past the pain. But there’s hope. Together, we can work through your struggle and pain so you can walk forward confidently in your life.
I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary here in Colorado. I have a passion for working with children, adolescents, families, couples, and adults on the healing journey of therapy. I have partnered with people with needs including trauma and abuse, autism, marital counseling, divorce and separation, Internet addiction, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, Reactive Attachment Disorder, substance abuse, and grief and loss. I have lived and worked cross-culturally and therefore have a special place in my heart for cross-cultural work as well.
I am deeply invested in helping people find greater health and hope in their lives. I am grateful to be invited to journey alongside you toward greater wellness.

Individual, Couples, and Family Counseling, Premarital Counseling, Adolescent Therapy, School Issues, Grief and Loss, Trauma and Abuse, Attachment Therapy, Men’s Issues, Anxiety and Depression, Communication, Anger Management, Self-Identity, Mood and Emotional Counseling

Amme Koehler

ammeHello, my name is Amme and I am currently pursuing a Bachelors in Social Work, then will continue with a Masters in Social Work degree program in the near future. I firmly believe that people who experience life challenges deserve to be shown compassion and kindness simply because they are human.

Increasing the wellbeing of all community members through listening, showing empathy, and advocating for their best interest will always be important. Recently, my husband retired from the military and our family settled in the beautiful city of Colorado Springs. After spending my whole life as part of a military family I have come to realize the incredible struggles a military family experiences and would like to share the skills of resilience I have learned with others.

Tayeka Williams, MA:MFT, NLC

Clinical Staff
Tayeka WilliamsHello and welcome. I applaud you for taking the first step in initiating the process in leading a healthy life; mind, body and spirit. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been passionate about helping others. It is that passion that propelled me into the field of mental health. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I am committed to empowering couples, families and individuals to overcome personal obstacles to improve their relationships, promote wholesome living and optimum family functioning.

I hold a master’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brandman University: Chapman University Systems. Trained in a variety of approaches, including; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Theory and Solution Focused Therapy, I tailor each session to meet the specific need(s) of clients. Prior to becoming a therapist, I taught high school Home Economics. I have also worked in the child development centers on Fort Carson, serving military families with children infant through school aged. As a military spouse, I am aware of the intricacies associated with military life; deployments (pre and post), PCSing and extended TDYs. This makes me especially keen on assisting military families in developing and implementing coping mechanisms to overcome challenges as they navigate their day to lives. I believe as individuals we are constantly evolving, and sometimes we do need a bit of help facilitating becoming our best selves. I would be happy to share in the process of your evolution.

Individual, Couples and Family Counseling, Therapeutic Parenting Time, Cooperative parenting, Nurturing Parenting, Family Preservation and Life Skills Couching

Professional Affiliation
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), Colorado Marriage and Family Therapy Association, 2015

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Insurance/Payments Accepted

Insurance varies by provider
Medicaid/Colorado Access, CHP +, Tricare, United Behavioral Health, Cofinity, Mines and Associates, Aetna, CompPsych., Accepts Private Pay, Core/Aspen Pointe, Possible single case agreements: Kaiser and Humana.

Staff Qualifications

Verified Credientials by GoodTherapy.orgEach staff holds a bachelor’s or master’s degree and/or is a master’s candidate in a mental health related field (and is supervised by a licensed provider).

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